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5 September 2018

Liebherr Sunderland strike continues

Managers have clearly been attempting to intimidate the workers on the picket line by taking photos of the strikers

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5 September 2018

Higher education ballot: vote Yes and strike for pay and equality!

The University and College Union demands a pay increase of 7.5% and action to tackle casualisation, the gender pay gap and excessive workloads

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5 September 2018

Shop workers hungry for 10 an hour now and an end to zero-hour contracts

I work as an assistant manager in a high street retail chain and one of the most regular complaints I get from my staff is that they are hungry

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5 September 2018

PCS members in Land Registry demand 6% pay rise

PCS union members in HM Land Registry have lodged a 6% pay increase claim with management

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5 September 2018

DWP: PCS union builds fightback on pay

Management didn't even write to the Treasury to make a case for much-needed extra money to fund a pay rise

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5 September 2018

Housing workers walkout forces improved pay deal

Unite the Union members at Homes England and the Regulator of Social Housing have voted overwhelmingly to accept a revised set of options on pay following industrial action in July and a sustained campaign over the last few months

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4 September 2018

Obituary: Stan Herschel

Prior to his early retirement due to ill health Stan was the RMT union's regional organiser. He was a towering figure in the labour movement.

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29 August 2018

Solidarity with Croatian shipyard strike

Shipyard workers in the Croatian port cities of Pula and Rijeka started strike action on 22 August, demanding the immediate payment of wage arrears and for the management to step down

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29 August 2018

100 years since police went on strike: "never nearer to Bolshevism"

On a number of occasions, the ruling class in Britain has trembled with fear when faced with mass struggles of workers which could threaten their rule. Such movements as the 1984-85 miners strike and the 1926 general strike brought clashes between striking workers and the powers of the capitalist state.

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29 August 2018

East Dunbartonshire council workers back further strikes

Unison, GMB and Unite members in East Dunbartonshire council took four days of coordinated strike action at the end of June against the Tory and Lib Dem administration's cuts programme - including a major assault on workers' terms and conditions.

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29 August 2018

Battle growing against Loch Lomond area big business sell-off

A major battle has broken out over the 30 million privatisation of land in Loch Lomond, West Dunbartonshire in Scotland, which has given rise to fresh resistance against the for-profit model of big business.

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29 August 2018

Northern Rail guards continue fight against driver-only operation

Train guards in Newcastle, members of the RMT union, are participating in the ongoing battle against driver-only operation.

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29 August 2018

Merseyside fire authority forced to postpone night closures

The Labour-controlled Merseyside Fire and Rescue Authority planned to close four stations in Merseyside during nighttimes. But they have now backed down on the closure of two.

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29 August 2018

Sunderland: Resolute Liebherr workers in pay strike

Liebherr strikers on their Sunderland picket line on 24 August were resolute. Talking about the importance of their picket line one of the strikers commented: "Even if it's thunder and lightning, we'll be standing here."

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28 August 2018

Why we support Chris Baugh for re-election as assistant general secretary

The SWP has issued a statement supporting Janice Godrich for the PCS LU election process for AGS.

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23 August 2018

Pay campaign: Important discussions needed on way forward

The Socialist Party rejects the view of the new group 'Socialist View', that all that is required for success in 2019 is to do the same as 2018 but be better organised.

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TGIFriday workers at Stratford, London. TGI staff at a number of restaurants have been on strike against cuts in their tips. photo by Pete Mason

TGIFriday workers at Stratford, London. TGI staff at a number of restaurants have been on strike against cuts in their tips. photo by Pete Mason

22 August 2018

TGIFriday workers at Stratford, London. TGI staff at a number of restaurants have been on strike against cuts in their tips.

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22 August 2018

Prison crisis: a catastrophe of cuts and privatisation

Birmingham Prison has become the latest in a long line of catastrophic failures of privatisation

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22 August 2018

Strategic discussion needed after pay ballot

PCS activists have been shocked by the launch of a new group set up to campaign for Janice Godrich against incumbent and Socialist Party member Chris Baugh as the union's AGS.

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TGIFriday workers at Stratford, London. TGI staff at a number of restaurants have been on strike against cuts in their tips. photo by Pete Mason

TGIFriday workers at Stratford, London. TGI staff at a number of restaurants have been on strike against cuts in their tips. photo by Pete Mason

22 August 2018

TGIFriday workers at Stratford, London. TGI staff at a number of restaurants have been on strike against cuts in their tips.

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